Published November 1, 2000
by Alder Creek Enterprises Inc .
Written in English
|Contributions||Ronald J. Barch (Editor), Michael Miling (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
Moose in the Water / Bamboo on the Bench provides an intimate look into the rodmakers’ world and the lives of two people who have followed in the footsteps of yesterday’s artisans. Set at the edge of the “North Woods” of Maine, it is a story of lasting relationships, of lakes and mountaintops, of dogs and rodmaking dogma, and of autumn. I found the reading of Moose in the Water Bamboo on the Bench so enjoyable I couldn't put it down until I had read the whole book. This was one of the most enjoyable books I had read in a long time concerning flyfishing and the outdoors/5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Moose in the Water/Bamboo on the Bench: A Journal and a Journey by Kathy J. Scott (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Kathy Scott Moose In The Water/Bamboo On The Bench A Journal & A Journey NATURE & OUTDOORS UPC: Release Date: 11/1/
The book is well illustrated with very nice pencil drawing by Michael Milling. Moose in the Water Bamboo on the Bench really celebrates a partnership of two people sharing the detail of their world. It's an affirmation of the good things in life. ~ DLB. Moose in the Water Bamboo on the Bench pages, black and white drawings 8 3/4" x 5 3/4". MOOSE IN THE WATER, BAMBOO ON THE BENCH: A JOURNAL AND A JOURNEY Kathy Scott Hardcover Follow a craftsman & his soul mate through 4 seasons of rodmaking while he perfects his skills amid the woods & waters of Maine & Michigan. Unlike a rod-making manual, the charts, drawings, & taper tables are missing. Instead prose and lyric tell a wonderful. Moose in the Water Bamboo on the Bench by Kathy Scott provides an intimate look into the rodmakers world and the lives of two people who have followed in the footsteps of yesterday's artisans. Set at the edge of the North Woods of Maine, it is a story of lasting relationships, of lakes and mountaintops, of dogs and rodmaking dogma, and of. Thursday Review: Changing Planes by Kathy Scott Kathy Scott, author of Moose on the Water, Bamboo on the Bench, is back with her third book on rodmaking, angling, and life in the Great White ng Planes is both a metaphorical title and an apt description of the book's contents. It chronicles a year in the life of the Scott family, including her rodmaking companion .